Like all the most accomplished fairy tales, Guillermo del Toro’s world of wonders, “The Shape of Water”, opens with a sense of promise, of magical things to come, and inevitably, with an undertone of darkness.
Joachim Trier’s film “Thelma”, made with his long-term collaborators, writer Eskil Vogt, cinematographer Jakob Ihre and composer Ola Fløttum, marks a new development in the director’s career.
A quietly intense love story start in a Berlin Konditorei.
There’s something irresistibly alluring about this film’s title. It promises crime, glamour and intrigue. “The Nile Hilton Incident” delivers that in spades.
In the stillness of a Norwegian winter, a father and child go hunting. They walk across a frozen lake, towards the woods.